Thursday will be the second day in a row that heavy rain falls across portions of the Florida Panhandle. Two to five inches has already fallen near Pensacola over the past 24 hours, where multiple reports of flooding were passed on by local authorities. The tropical moisture from Harvey, the former Major Hurricane that hit Texas over the weekend, will stream eastward and envelope more of Florida’s panhandle Thursday.
Widespread flooding is not anticipated with this system, but flooding of low-lying areas where heavier rain bands persist on Thursday is a possibility. Small Craft Advisories are also in effect for near-shore waters from Apalachicola to the Florida-Alabama state border. The latest storm information on Harvey is listed below.
- 1.Harvey Headed to Texas, Could Become a Hurricane
- 2.Harvey Redevelops, Hurricane Watches Issued in Texas
- 3.Harvey Forecast to be a Major Hurricane when it hits Texas.
- 4.Catastrophic Flooding Expected from Hurricane Harvey in Texas
- 5.Harvey’s Heaviest Rain Headed to Houston Metro
- 6.Harvey Headed Inland, Irma Intensifying, and Gulf Being Monitored
- 7.Heavy Rain from Harvey’s Moisture Continues Thursday
- 8.Heavy Rain from Harvey’s Moisture Arrives This Weekend